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The pictures below link to information about several conditions that can affect the toes in adults. The toes suffer many problems simply caused by wearing shoes. Calluses and corns are due to footwear rubbing on the skin of the toes and can create hard and painful areas on the foot. Athlete's foot (tinea pedis, ringworm of the foot) is a fungal infection that thrives in the moist environment created by wearing shoes. Shoes are not entirely to blame for foot conditions, however. Gout is a problem with metabolism that causes uric acid crystals to deposit in the joint, and it most often starts by affecting the toes. Raynaud disease causes the small vessels of the toes and fingers to dysfunction, causing decreased blood flow. Click an image or link below for more about these and other conditions.
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Allergic Contact Dermatitis This image displays allergic contact dermatitis on the top of the feet.
Athlete's Foot (Tinea Pedis) This image displays a scaly border and pink, slightly elevated lesions typical of tinea pedis (athlete's foot…
Bug Bite or Sting Insect bites may be numerous; when so many are seen on the lower legs, consider fleas as the culprit.
Callus This image displays callous areas of the upper toes, which are darker in this black patient.
Corn This image displays a corn on the outer edge of the toe.
Diabetic Ulcer (Neurogenic Ulcer) The toes can also be affected by neurogenic ulceration; the dark color is due to bleeding into the area of pressure…
Gout This image displays an inflamed gouty tophus.
Lichen Simplex Chronicus Chronic rubbing or scratching of the same area leads to lichen simplex chronicus, with thickened, rough, and…
Mole (Nevus) A mole is seen on the fourth toe, next to a callus caused by wearing ill-fitting shoes. Note that the color and…
Myxoid Cyst Myxoid cysts can occur on the toes.
Pitted Keratolysis This image displays numerous pits that are often associated with increased sweating and foot moisture.
Plantar Wart This image displays multiple plantar warts.
Raynaud's Phenomenon Typical to Raynaud's disease, this image displays purple toes due to constricted blood vessels.
Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC) Due to chronic sun exposure, this foot had sun-induced freckles; a bleeding lesion; and a large, scaling lesion…
Stasis Ulcer This image displays severe stasis ulcers that result from chronic leg swelling.
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